Royalty Report: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, Agriculture Forestry & Fishing – Collection: 26372

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 5

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 5

Primary Industries

  • Agriculture
  • Forestry and Fishing
  • Agriculture Forestry & Fishing
  • Machinery
  • Dry Disaggregation
  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Crop Production

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26372

License Grant
The Licensee, a Netherlands entity and another entity to be designated by Licensor will enter into a License Agreement pursuant to which the entity will receive a License from the Licensee that will permit the entity to sell, License, rent, and distribute products embodying the Technology throughout Europe, Asia and Oceania, on the following terms.

Pursuant to the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding, the Licensee, whose original License to the dry disaggregation technology and the underlying patent was previously restricted to North, South and Central America, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba) and Africa, has acquired rights to sell, and distribute the Technology and the underlying patent throughout the world.

License Property
The patent is for a dry disaggregation technology, which dry separates agricultural products and sorts them according to various properties. The technology may have applications across numerous industries. The technology is expected to produce, as a final product, either highly micronized particles, based on customers requirements or various fractions of separated materials.
Field of Use
The Licensee and the entity will, each use reasonable commercial efforts to ascertain commercially viable new products that may be manufactured or derived through the use of the Technology.  The party that discovers such a product shall have the exclusive right, for a period ninety days, to market the product and, enter into a bona fide binding Agreement for the sale of the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania. Thereafter, either party may market the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania. The Licensee shall have the exclusive right to market such product outside of Europe. Asia and Oceania, after the lapse of the ninety day period when the entity is the party discovering the product, non-exclusive rights to market the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania.

IPSCIO Record ID: 25811

License Grant
Licensor grants a non-transferable, non-exclusive license under claims of the licensed patents to sell, license, rent and distribute products incorporating the technology within the Territory to Dutch Licensee.
License Property
Licensor owns dry disaggregation technology and is the owner of European Patent Application No. 02425336-1 and related U.S. and foreign pending patent applications directed to and claiming the Technology.

Patents relate to a dry disaggregation technology, which dry separates agricultural products and sorts them according to various properties.
The dry disaggregation technology is a system of “disaggregation” of structures, called “crushing to collision,” through which the fragments of matter, both organic and inorganic, endure violent accelerations and decelerations, which cause the disaggregation of the structure. The particles are separated as a function of their specific weight.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28016

License Grant
The amended license provides for the exclusive North, South, Central American and Caribbean, excluding Cuba, rights to the pending patent, # 02425336.1, which was filed with the European Patent Office on May 28, 2002. The amendment to the license agreement extended the territory to include Africa.
License Property
The patent relates to the Longitudinal Micrometric Separator for classifying solid particulate materials.

A system of “disaggregation” of structures, called “crushing to collision,” through which the fragments of matter, both organic and inorganic, endure violent accelerations and decelerations, which cause the disaggregation of the structure.

The patent is for a dry disaggregation technology, which dry separates agricultural products and sorts them according to various properties. The technology may have applications across numerous industries. The technology is expected to produce, as a final product, either highly micronized particles, based on customers requirements or various fractions of separated materials.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5017

License Grant
The Company signed an agreement whereby the Ukrainian Institute exclusively licensed to the Company certain industrial hemp registered seed varieties, which were bred by the Institute.
License Property
The Institute's industrial hemp seed varieties have the lowest THC (tetrahydrocannabinol which is a psychoactive agent with no affect at the minimal, allowable inclusive content in certifiable seed varieties); content of any industrial hemp seed varieties available.  The availability of low THC industrial hemp seed varieties has opened up the commercial growing of industrial hemp in both Europe and Canada.
Field of Use
Field of Use: A comprehensive seed multiplication program has been established by the Company to multiply seeds for planting in Canada, Europe, Australia, and South Africa.  Most governments, including the Canadian Government, have imposed strict THC level requirements for the commercial cultivation of industrial hemp.  The Company's exclusive rights to these low THC industrial hemp seed varieties gives it a strategic advantage to build  business, particularly in the key North American markets.

IPSCIO Record ID: 230819

License Grant
Through performance of their respective obligations under this Agreement, Licensor and Licensee will use their respective commercially reasonable efforts jointly to conceive, design and develop commercially viable Gender Sorting Products. This collaboration will be conducted in three phases, the first of which has been completed.
License Property
Gender Sorting Services means and includes all gender classification and sorting services performed by Licensee and its customers, distributors, other sublicensees and permitted assignees utilizing the Gender Sorting Products.

Licensor is a company whose principal business is to research, design and commercialize cell-based biosensors and screens.

Field of Use
Field of Use means the in ovo and ex ovo gender classification of avian species.  Licensee is an agricultural biotechnology company focused on developing products that improve bird health, reduce bird production costs and provide other benefits to the poultry industry.

The Licensee believes that the economical and efficient in ovo determination of a bird's gender before it hatches will lead to an increase in the practice of raising birds separately by gender.

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